The contents of the May 2002 issue of Embedded Systems – The European magazine for embedd design.
Click on a headline to see what wa print in the magazine.
Seamless networking – an impossible dream?
Tasking develops RTOS in-house
Lauterbach adds memory support
Intregrity improes security and HA
Jungo to speed driver development for EZ-USB
Siroyan DSP core ready for action
Telelogic signs wireless LAN deal with Silaria for 802.11 solution
Accelerator IP speeds DSP algorithms
Moon2 improves Java applications
Easing the integration of operating systems
Special Focus: Wireless Connectivity
Frost & Sullivan see blue future Cheaper implementation to drive WLANs forward
Incredible journey for WLANs
Bringing the benefits of Java to Bluetooth
802.11b is dead – long live Bluetooth
Is outsourcing core technology the future of the wireless industry?
Integration lowers costs for BluetoothNewsIEEE 802.11g to benefit WLANs
An introduction to debugging Bluetooth in embedded systems Special Focus: Operating Systems
Removing development bottlenecks through integration of tools and OS
The future of Java for embedded applications
Linux scheduler latency Features Concurrent development of hardware & software Dave Robertson, director of European operations at Perforce Software explains how graphics specialist, NVIDIA, uses software configuration management to ease the development of its GeForce range.
Deep memory on scopes improves troubleshooting A growing number of designs employ microcontrollers and DSPs, so it is not surprising, says Lisa Beyers of Agilent Technologies, that many of yesterday's oscilloscopes fall short of the mark.